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Notre-Dame de Senlis

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Exterior of Senlis Cathedral. Image by Wikipedia user Diliff.

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Senlis Cathedral, by Fred Hsu.

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Notre-Dame de Senlis

Senlis Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church and former cathedral in Senlis, Oise, France. It was formerly the seat of the Bishopric of Senlis, abolished under the Concordat of 1801, when its territory was passed to the Diocese of Beauvais. The cathedral was built between 1153 and 1191; its 256-foot-tall (78 m) south tower dates from the 13th century. Its transepts were rebuilt between 1530 and 1556 after a fire, and the side portals and shallow east chapels date from about the same period.

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On the website Mapping Gothic France, you can have access to an interactive floorplan of the Cathedral:

Senlis Cathedral at Mapping Gothic France

Windows of the Senlis Cathedral. Photograph by James Mitchell.

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Column detail of the Senlis Cathedral. Photograph by James Mitchell.

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4K - Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Senlis - France

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Updated in 19/02/2021

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